Formatting Help

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Posted on July 18, 2019, 12:06 p.m. by lifemtg

I dont really make PRIMERS that much so I dont have experience with formatting, so I ran into a problemo. If I press enter to start a new line that is not finished, the next line that I pressed enter for clumps with the line before it. for example------------------------- 1. Hello 2. Bye They dont stay in that order, and they are not lined up. If you guys know any way of fixing this please help

multimedia says... #2

Are you trying to make a list?

Ordered List:

  1. Hello
  2. Bye

Unordered List:

  • Hello
  • Bye

Code Example:

Ordered List:

1. Hello
2. Bye

Unordered List:

- Hello
- Bye

To make an ordered list you start with the number with a period and a single space after it. An unordered list uses a dash and then a single space. If you leave out the space then the list will show on one line. If there's a title to the list such as Ordered List then there needs to be a line return after it or the entire list will be on one line.

Ordered List: 1.Hello 2.Bye

Ordered List:
July 18, 2019 12:48 p.m.

jaymc1130 says... #3

I don't think that's what he's saying Multimedia.

I think he's referring to the fact that the first paragraph of each panel won't allow a line of space between it and the second paragraph in a panel. Only after the second paragraph is there a space between them.

July 18, 2019 1:09 p.m.

lifemtg says... #4

Yes this is a bit hard to explain. For example I have a 1.Hello and a 2.Bye. I want to line it up in a ordered list. For example a Hello and a Bye right beneath it. Whenever I press the enter button to go to the next line, so right now in this example to write bye, It works. Yet after I preview my comment or my description is it is clumped with no space as like this. 1.Hello 2.Bye. I hope this explains my problem better multimedia and jaymc1130. I really just think it is a silly thing I do not know, but it is still annoying.

July 18, 2019 2:29 p.m.

Gattison says... #5

If I understand the problem correctly... then I press the space bar twice before hitting Enter for a new line. That seems to solve the problem for some reason.

A friend of mine puts

whenever he wants to start a new line.

July 18, 2019 7:36 p.m. Edited.

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